COMMENT: Government still can't afford to deliver populist budget

With less than 18 months left to run in the current electoral cycle, the upcoming political term promises to be incredibly interesting, writes Jim Power

18th September, 2014
Jim Power

This week sees our Dáil resume official business after the long summer lay-off although many of our elected representatives will probably extend the break a little bit by travelling down to the ploughing in Laois next week to press the flesh.

With less than 18 months left to run in the current electoral cycle, the upcoming political term promises to be incredibly interesting as the parties of government seek to turn the economic...

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